Hopi Holiday Project since 1999
2022-2023 Hopi Holiday Project is to provide Support for Hopi youth education and food for families
Our 24th annual Hopi Holiday Project gifting is from a place of respect and thanks acknowledging the challenges of living on an Indian reservation in remote Northeastern Arizona far from the economic resources of urban America. Hopi people sincerely carry on a tradition with roots going back thousands of years that is of importance to all the world and is dedicated to all peoples with Mother Earth.
Photo at top of page is by Sandra Cosentino taken at a large 2009 delivery to 1st Mesa.
YOUR DONATION IS WELCOME to:
++ provide school, hygiene, art and sports supplies for Hopi youth
++ provide food for families
We also provide annual support for Hopi college youth for equipment, supplies and/or tuition aide.
Press release and poster links & share with others:
Hopi Holiday Project Poster to share with others
Hopi Holiday Project photos:
(Project Photos menu bar pull down for earlier years)
Monetary donations welcomed year round for Hopi Family Support:
We take supplies year round. We also support Hopi children in need of clothing, learning supplies, sports items, food.
In support of ceremonies: cases of produce, bowls, dishes, tables, chairs
Donations, drive your truck to haul supplies, provide your construction skills for repairs to homes
Food–we focus on staple, nutritious supplies such as beans, nuts, fresh produce, eggs, meat, cheese
Toiletries of all kinds especially toothbrushes and toothpaste; also: shampoo, conditioners, combs, and other hygiene supplies.
sport items such as basketballs, soccer balls, baseballs, Frisbee, kites; art (acrylic paints and brushes, crayons, colored pencils, drawing pads, color books) and school supplies, sports items, hair ties, learning games
sets of mixing bowls, covered containers, pots, pans, dish towels, bath towels and wash clothes, single and double bed sheets, blankets, aprons
Please see more about how to get involved here.
Family food support delivery (2022 photo by Susan Henderson)